Technology at Point of Care


Thursday, July 2, 2020

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12:00 PM AEST - 01:00 PM AEST



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About the Webinar

This webinar will explore how technology is currently and will in the future impact physician practice at the point of care. It will explore the risks and benefits of remote patient monitoring, bedside diagnostics, imaging and electronic medical records. 

This session is made possible through the sponsorship of our technology partner, Microsoft and ASI Solutions. 

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Dr Nic Woods

Having over 25 years’ experience in clinical medicine (mostly emergency medicine and urgent care) and digital health globally, Nic has held diverse roles in health technology incubators, national digital health programs and medical executive leadership roles within the digital health and technology industry.

Nic completed science and medical degrees and a Diploma in Community Emergency Medicine in New Zealand. He has worked clinically in emergency medicine, urgent care and general practice in NZ, UK and Australia.

His role as Health Industry Executive, Chief Medical Officer at Microsoft Australia is to improve healthcare for all Australians across the health continuum, through an ecosystem of partners and the applied use of innovative digital technologies such as medical IoT and AI.

He believes this is an incredibly dynamic time to be working in this intersection with digital health increasingly contributing to the delivery of better and safer healthcare now and into the future.

He also contributes to the progress of digital health through education and mentoring both clinicians and health tech start-ups.

Professor Colin Royse

Colin Royse is a Professor of Anaesthesia at the University of Melbourne and is the Academic Director of Custom and Professional Education for the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. Clinically, Colin is a cardiothoracic anaesthetist with research interests in echocardiography, outcomes after cardiac surgery and quality of recovery after surgery.


Dr Anthony Barberi

Anthony currently works at Western Health, Victoria in Medical Informatics as part of their electronic medical records team. A doctor and dentist, his passion is trying to improve & streamline the user experience for clinicians interfacing with digital tools in such a way that increases their efficiency and promotes evidence based patient care.


Professor Graeme Maguire

Specialist physician in general internal and respiratory medicine with experience in health service provision, health-related research and health policy and protocol development. Head of the General Internal Medicine unit at Western Health Melbourne, Australia he works across the research and clinical interface as a practicing physician. He is an active participant in health policy and protocol development and research relating to health service evaluation and practice, chronic disease diagnosis and care, and the health of vulnerable populations.

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